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3. Program 1.3. Circulations and social recompositions

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– Researchers : M. Hovanessian, M. Laà«thier, N. Puig, S. Souchaud  Doctoral Student: L. Rosenfeld A common history among different types of mobility (slave trade, colonization, world wars, and colonial conflicts), postcolonial and contemporary relationships between governments and societies that take a multitude of shapes, and current and past mobilities (migrations, circulations…) makes migration and migratory projects an integral part of the social representation that we seek to decipher. Research in [Lire la suite…]

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2. Program 1.2. Life cycle, family and mobilities

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– Researchers: M. Lesclingand, F. Lestage, Z. Ouadah-Bedidi, S. Potot  Doctoral students : L. Cuartas, Du Juan, S. Musinde Sangwa, D. Park Mobility profoundly affects all the stage of the life cycle, from the earliest years of childhood to death, including modes of family composition. Whether the nuclear family migrates as a unit or whether its members are dispersed geographically because of migration, these population movements are a basis for questioning [Lire la suite…]

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1. Program 1.1. Workers and circulating elites

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– Researchers : V. Erlich, S. Potot, S. Souchaud, M. Timéra, Dom. Vidal  Associated researcher : M. Paris  Doctoral students : M. Anglada, A. Després, B. Dicko, Christelle Fitaten Hounsou, E. Hellio, F. Tandjigora, R. Dahhan Voluntary, economic, or student migration is more often than not considered by its participants as a means of upward social mobility, whether this occurs in the receiving country or in the country of origin. Whether it is [Lire la suite…]